Low-pitched moaning

Low-pitched moaning
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Though we often associate moaning with sadness or other negative emotions, it’s actually the opposite for dogs. It’s generally a sign that your dog is feeling at peace, according to the AKC. This sound is most commonly made by puppies – especially when they’re nestled up to their human companions.

If you’re still having trouble decoding your dog’s language, don’t worry, in the future there might be an app that tells you exactly what your dog is barking.

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